I set half my computer programs to print to one printer, and the other half to print to another printer. Every time I print something I never know where my stuff will be resulting in a walk to both printers, in opposite directions.
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Never buy a computer printer based on the sale price. It totally doesn't matter. One company in particular *coughHPcough* puts their printers on sale at super low cost. That's because they don't make their money selling printers, they make money selling INK! Next time you want a printer, go to the ink aisle to find the cheapest ink cartridge and buy the corresponding printer. Of course I have a cousin so bitter that rather than buying $30 ink refills, he buys $32 printers every time 246
I put the paper back in the printer with the printed side up. If there are holes, I put the paper in the printer with the printed side up and the holes to the right. A little experimenting with your printer will tell you what pattern you will need to use.
When I am done with those documents, I shred them and compost them. I have cut my paper use in half. I save my good paper for documents that have to leave my office.
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